Posts tagged ‘food’


What I’ve Been MEANING to Cook

Friday, October 23rd, 2009 in cooking

I try to put one recipe on my blog a week. ¬†I love to cook- I really do, but I have been in a cooking funk! So this is what I’ve been meaning to cook. 1. I am still¬†attempting to figure out tofu and wanted to give this Pan Fried Vegan Tofu Recipe a try. […]

Z’Tejas Review & Giveaway

Tuesday, August 18th, 2009 in Giveaways

A couple of Saturdays ago after a long-but-exhausting morning involving the Farmers Market and photo session with the girls, we went down to The Gateway in Salt Lake City. They have a Z’Tejas down there we were asked to review as a family.Do you have a Z’Tejas near you? I was a tired mom and […]

How do you get your kids to eat like that?

Wednesday, June 17th, 2009 in Wednesday: Mid Week Ramblings

Disclaimer : I know I will get my time with a picky eater and I do NOT want to come off as a know-it-all mom because honestly, those mommies drive me nuts. How DO you get your kids to eat like THAT? This is the question I get emailed, twittered, asked more than anything else […]

Sunday: Entertaining Idea—Grandma’s Valentines Day Party

Sunday, February 8th, 2009 in Crafts, Sunday: Entertainment Review

My mother knows how to celebrate holidays, it is one of the things I love most about her. She makes everyone feel so loved on holidays and their birthdays. We talked about getting together for a little Valentines Party with my girls and my brothers. Little did I know she was going to go all […]

Freebie: What Does Organic Mean Anyway?

Friday, March 21st, 2008 in Freebie Posts, Health, Nature

From the April 2008 Issue of Everyday Food—great food fast from Martha Stewart Between the Lines Organic This buzzword is sprouting up all over the grocery stores. It usually means a food is more expensive, but is it better for your health? What is Organic? According to the USDA’s definition, organic meat, poultry, eggs, and […]

Wednesday:Mid Week Ramblings—Healthy Eating

Wednesday, March 19th, 2008 in Health, Wednesday: Mid Week Ramblings

There are so many responsibilities as a parent, one of them being teaching your children to be healthy brave eaters. It takes a lot of planning, organization, patience and consistency. From introducing them to new foods, trying to buy local, trying to cook organically, making sure you feed them according to the food pyramid, and […]